Supramolecular NanoChemistry & Materials

Self-assembly of materials with empty spaces

... and use these spaces to encapsulate, store, separate, react and deliver molecules of interest.

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Collaboration established between NanoUp and FarmaLab Omega ZETA

The company FarmaLab Omega ZETA S.L and the ICN2 Supramolecular Nanochemistry and Materials group, led by ICREA Prof. Daniel Maspoch, signed a collaboration agreement.

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PhD Chemistry Extraordinary Awards go to Dr. Luís Carlos Garzón

Dr. Luís Carlos Garzón Tovar have been awarded by the UAB with the PhD Extraordinary Award for his doctoral thesis, developed during the period 2017-2018 in the field of Chemistry.

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Dr. Mary Cano from ICN2 wins a BIST’s "To the Mothers of Science" Grant

This programme recognises excellence in research and supports women scientists in their transition to leadership positions.

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Dr. Arnau Carné awarded with the prestigious Postdoctoral Junior Leader fellowship (Retaining) from Obra Social “la Caixa”

The Obra Social “la Caixa” announced on April the winners of the Postdoctoral Junior Leader fellowships, among whom was Dr. Arnau Carné in the Retaining category.

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Prof. Dr. Daniel Maspoch wins the Research Excellence Award by the RSEQ

The Real Sociedad Española de Química (Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry) announced last Friday the winners of several awards, among whom was Prof. Daniel Maspoch.

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Nano-engineered beads to purify contaminated water from heavy metals

NanoUp group in collaboration with the group of Prof. Víctor Puntes have designed, synthetized and tested microbeads, based on a combination of Metal-Organic Frameworks materials and inorganic nanoparticles, that are able to simultaneously...

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Congratulations, Dr. Jorge Albalad, new NanoUp graduate!

Congratulations to our colleague Dr. Jorge Albalad for successfully defending his PhD entitled "Post-Synthetic Modification of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) and Polyhedra (MOPs)" in ICN2.

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Rh(II)-MOPs as “molecular nanoparticles” for transport and separation in J. Am. Chem Soc.

NanoUp group just published that Rh(II)-MOPs can be transferred (together with a cargo) between immiscible phases by pH changes or by cation-exchange reactions in J. Am. Chem. Soc..

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Y. Xu, S. Gsänger, M. Minameyer, I. Imaz, D. Maspoch, O. Shyshov, F. Schwer, X. Ribas, T. Drewello, B. Meyer, M. K. von Delius

J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2019, 141, 18500-18507.

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